I was asked by a friend to make a pug silhouette quilt with three pugs, two black and a fawn to represent their family of pugs. First I needed to figure out how to make a pug big enough for a quilt. I found a few images online and read a few ideas and came up with this method. I printed out an image of a pug onto regular printer paper then traced that onto a clear plastic sheet protector pocket thingy. I then taped that to something that would suspend it... in this case a music stand. I set up a light behind the plastic sheet to project the image onto the wall. I traced the pug onto a piece of butcher paper that I had taped there. Once traced onto the butcher paper, I cut it out and pinned it to a piece of fabric and cut out the image. I appliqued the dogs to the fabrics, added colorful appliqued collars and then quilted it. Fun project!